Dell’s latest moves to conquer classrooms and conference rooms

Dell’s latest moves to conquer classrooms and conference rooms

Dell has launched a new 70-inch interactive monitor C7016T with touch support. Designed for interactive learning, conference room, a corporate boardroom or classroom, the huge Dell monitor supports full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution.

According to Dell, the LED light bar backlighting and a 176-degree viewing angle mean anyone in the room should be able to view the huge screen clearly and with full color.

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The monitor features a 10-point touch display capability with a more modest 1080p resolution at 60Hz. For connectivity, the monitor offers three HDMI ports, one DisplayPort, and VGA port. Additionally, the monitor can also be remotely managed via the RS232 and RJ45 interfaces/. And then, there’s an optional Wireless Module WR517 for wireless display connections with a laptop.

Dell is also packaging two styluses with the monstrous 70-inch monitor and claims that the display features an anti-glare and anti-smudge coating.

In addition, the monitor also comes with a magnetized side panel for the placement of two styluses. The 70-inch, 55.5 kg monstrous monitor also ships with a heavy-duty VESA 400mm x 400mm wall mount as well as a remote control to help with the management of the monitor from one single place.

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Dell claims that the new monitor provides an exceptional touch screen accuracy, sharp content and bright images even in a fully lit small and medium-sized conference rooms.

The Dell C7016T monitor is currently available under Dell’s three-year Advanced Exchange Service. This means that if the monitor fails during the initial three-year period, Dell will ship a replacement unit the next business day. Prices for the new 70-inch interactive monitor C7016T starts at $5,000.

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